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Namibia exporting power to SA

Eskom is receiving approximately 200MW of electricity from its counterpart in Namibia, NamPower, as it struggles to keep the lights on.

Eskom: Rolling blackouts until generators fixed

The power utility said they apologised for the power cuts, but blackouts would continue until three of its generators are fixed.

Jub Jub’s murder conviction overturned

A high court has overturned Molemo "Jub Jub" Maarohanye and his friend Themba Tshabalala's murder convictions, reducing them to culpable homicide.

Interjections and frustration as EFF disciplinary hearing gets underway

The EFF's parliamentary disciplinary hearing began with the firebrand party making life difficult for the committee members questioning its MPs.

SA Muslim bodies condemn actions of Isis

Muslim groups in South Africa have said a caliphate cannot be built on mass murders and human rights abuses.

Government: Madonsela is not a spy

Jeff Radebe has said that Kebby Maphatsoe's comments about the public protector do not "reflect the views and thinking of government".

Neasa lockout to continue ‘despite threats’

Neasa has said it will continue its constitutionally protected lockout of workers following the end of the wider strike in the metals sector.

Bafana star Khune in court for speeding

Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune is due in court in March after having been caught speeding in Centurion on Friday night.

Human rights commission to probe Limpopo school toilets

The SA Human Rights Commission and rights activists have called for the eradication of pit latrines at schools after a child died in one this week.

SAHRC to pronounce on textbook scandal

An interim report into the alleged non-delivery of textbooks was being compiled and would soon be presented to Parliament, the SAHRC has said.

Saccawu plans to strike

Saccawu members of the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry will strike for wage increases, the union has said.

Former England captain and broadcaster Tony Greig dies

Former England captain and television commentator Tony Greig has died after being diagnosed with lung cancer, Australia's Nine Network has said.

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